Arwan (3.5e Deity)
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 Arwan, The Hunter
|Symbol:||A thrown spear flying over a hill.|
|Home Plane:||The Sea of Grass|
|Portfolio:||Hunting, Traveling, Sneaking|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any, usually Good|
|Domains:||Law, Animal, Weather, Protection|
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Arwan appears as a muscular and travel worn Halfling that is always covered in shadows or cloaks.
Arwan is a harsh god that demands total dedication from his followers. They should live in harmony with nature as is described in the holy texts: "The Book of the Hunt". Only by living this way will a followers soul be guided towards the endless hunting fields that are the reward for a honorable life. The knowledge of the specific ceremonies are closely guarded secrets in Halfling settlements. Since they rely on these ceremonies to keep in good standing with Arwan, Halflings will never preform a ceremony if outsiders are present.
 Clergy and Temples
Not much is known about Arwan outside of the Halfling settlements that worship him. There are some humans and elves that worship Arwan, but their traditions are usually crude mimics of the complicated Halfling ceremonies.